Does anyone have any experience with the Bloodgood Japanese Maple? Doing some research on this tree and have found that it can accept full sun. However a Texas summer and the definition of full sun can sometimes mean two different things.
Just wondering if a bloodgood can handle a north Texas summer in full sun.
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